A Private Psychotherapy Practice
Trauma is a response to an event. It is the story of how one adapted to a new perception of self and the world. We guide survivors toward a more empowered and liberated life through curiosity and exploration.
We use movement and mindfulness to teach self-compassion, find harmony, and experience comfort and safety, for nervous system regulation.
We serve adult clients dealing with the trauma associated with adverse childhood experiences and sexual abuse/assault. The impact of these experiences manifests in many different ways, including relationships, setting boundaries, self-denial, people-pleasing, low self-esteem, and constantly feeling guarded. We assist by exploring lived experiences, modifying narratives, teaching how to live in the body, and building awareness of emotions, needs, and relationship dynamics.
Ebonie-Marché grew up on the island of Antigua and in New York City. Her multiple identities and cross-cultural experiences give her a unique perspective regarding the therapeutic process.
Ebonie-Marché earned her MA in Mental Health Counseling from New York University and her MA in Criminal Justice from John Jay College.
New York State
License No.: 012697
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.